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Steve Foss

Hey Justin

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Shoot me an e-mail, will you?

I've got something I think you'd like to have. You won't need it for your trip to Ontario but you might like to have it when you get back to your home water on Burntside.

E-mail is in my sig below.

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E-mail sent!!! Thanks, dude!!!

Justin

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And replied! Remember, only use pencil on it. I don't have any spares if you mark it up in pen. grin.gifgrin.gif

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If it is what I think it may be, do you need some more?

Finns.

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Finns, I'll always take more. I dole them out pretty carefully, and only to those who have a genuine interest in the lake. And a big thanks, by the way, for sending them up. But I've still got a few so don't knock yourself out getting more to me for awhile. grin.gifgrin.gif

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